You need to know the density of the substance to convert litres per minute to kilograms per minute. Water at 4 degrees Celsius has a density of 1 kg/L, so for that particular case:
1 L/min = 1 kg/min for water at 4 deg C
But if it's something else, then you would first find out the density in kg/L and use that as the conversion factor.
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